The Writing Life: Developing a Thicker SkinAfter I sold my first short story, every time I tried to write, I’d wind up staring at the blank screen until I gave up, often bursting into tears. This went on for a year, by which time I must have figured out no one was going to chain … Continue Reading ››
How to Write a Novel to the End: Which Point of View Should You Use in a Novel?I had no idea when I started that point of view in a story would take so much telling, but here we are on the third installment on the topic, with more in the offing. If you missed … Continue Reading ››
How to Write a Novel to the End: Which Point of View Should You Use in Your Novel?Point of view is a window looking into a scene or story from the mindset of a character. Last week in the Which Point of View Should You Use in Your Novel, … Continue Reading ››
A sentence flutters by, Elusive as a butterfly, And I, imperfect net in hand, Attempt its capture.
by Janalyn Voigt
Autumn leaves gather in colorful drifts as winter's chill breath whispers mysteries across the night. Deep nights inspire deeper thought, and writers conspire to create fiction in National … Continue Reading ››